With Valentine’s Day right around the corner, everyone is feelin’ the love in and around our beloved metropolis. So whether you’re looking to enjoy a romantic night out or a fun day with friends, there’s so much to do in Kansas City. Here are a few of our Valentine’s Day suggestions.
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British ensemble Voice will deliver a bouquet of songs exploring the beauty, heartache and humor of love just in time for Valentine’s Day. The show is called “If Music Be the Food of Love.”
Chocoholics, this event is for you! Indulge in chocolate while exploring locally owned businesses within the Independence Square. Sounds like a pretty lovely deal, eh?New Moves dancer photo courtesy of the Kansas City Ballet
New Moves is a chance for audiences to see the next big choreographers before they become big choreographers. It’s a very up close and visceral experience for audience and dancer alike with the KC Ballet.
An evening of gourmet food, top-notch live entertainment and a charity auction as attendees aim to once again raise $1 million to support the mission of Children’s Mercy.
This romantic party raises funds for great programs benefitting the Hearts of Shakespeare Festival.
Valentine’s Day got you down? Celebrate by saying no to Valentine’s Day! Grab your BFF and come sip wine, munch on junk food and enjoy a viewing of, “So I Married an Axe Murderer” at Weston Wine Company.
Indulge in a three-course dinner, laughs and VIP seating at ImprovKC.Jim Brickman
Grammy-nominated, platinum-selling pianist and songwriter Jim Brickman brings entertaining and romantic music to Helzberg Hall at the Kauffman Center for Valentine’s Day.
Enjoy a free Valentine’s Day concert featuring X Ambassadors, In The Valley Below, Melanie Martinez and Lights! (Friday, February 13)
Attend a benefit for Culture through Ballroom Dance. Its mission is to bring arts programs to children of all ages throughout school districts in the Kansas City area.
So no matter how you do it, Kansas City, enjoy the week of celebrating what makes the world go ’round. Much love to you!